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Audi builds cars at sites all over the world. In addition to the two German Audi plants in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm, it has production facilities in Győr (Hungary), Brussels (Belgium), Martorell (Spain), Bratislava (Slovakia), Kaluga (Russia), Curitiba (Brazil), Aurangabad (India), and Changchun and Foshan (China). On September 30, 2016, the company inaugurated the twelfth plant in the Audi production network in the Mexican city of San José Chiapa. A complete automobile plant with press shop, body shop, paint shop and assembly shop was erected in the record time of just 3.5 years. Audi produces the Audi Q5 premium SUV at the 400-hectare (988.4 acres) site. The Audi Group also includes the Lamborghini site in Sant’Agata Bolgnese (Italy) and the three Ducati motorcycle plants in Bologna (Italy), Amphur Pluakdaeng (Thailand) and Manaus (Brazil). At all sites, production takes place with uniform, maximum quality standards worldwide, as required by to the Audi Production System and according to the principle: “made by Audi.”

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  • Audi site Ingolstadt
    03/14/19
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    Overview of Audi

    In a challenging fiscal 2019, the company is optimizing processes and implementing extensive structural reforms. Another focal point is the corporate culture, a new culture of integrity and openness. Audi is investing roughly 14 billion euros by 2023 as part of a strategic alignment on the future fields of electric mobility, digitalization and autonomous driving. The company is taking a targeted and focused approach to e-mobility. Audi will launch 12 electrified models by the end of 2020: five fully electric models and seven plug-in hybrids.
  • 03/14/19
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    Audi at the Ingolstadt site

    Audi has been building automobiles at its Ingolstadt plant for 70 years. The heart of the Audi Group beats in this major Bavarian city on the Danube: Here is AUDI AG’s headquarters, the Audi Group’s largest manufacturing facility. * The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of all the models named above and available on the German market are listed in the last chapter of this basic information.
  • 03/14/19
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    Audi at the Neckarsulm site

    As the biggest company in the prospering Heilbronn-Franken economic region, the Neckarsulm site of AUDI AG is one of the most attractive employers in Baden Württemberg. The city of Neckarsulm, which takes its name from the Neckar and Sulm rivers, has a population of around 26,000 and provides some 40,000 jobs. The Heilbronn-Franken region provides more than 387,416 jobs, with the automotive industry playing an important role. With 16,995 employees, Audi in Neckarsulm is the region’s biggest employer (as of December 31, 2017). The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of all the models named above and available on the German market are listed in the last chapter of this basic information.

Recent Press Releases

  • 10/10/19
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    “come with me” celebrates 10-year anniversary at Audi

    “Interessieren – Informieren – Ausprobieren” (Interest – Inform – Try it out) – that is the theme of the come with me program. Audi has been supporting the initiative to get school students interested in technology for a decade now, and around 500 young people from schools in the region have so far taken part in the Audi project. The initiators, the Bavarian Employers’ Associations for the Metalworking and Electrical Industries (bayme vbm e. V.), honor the brand with the four rings and other companies on Thursday for their long-standing cooperation. The anniversary event will be hosted by Audi.
  • 10/02/19
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    Audi, the city of Ingolstadt and Telekom cooperate on 5G technology

    Audi and Deutsche Telekom are entering into a pioneering 5G technology partnership together with the city of Ingolstadt. This was announced by the three partners at the signing of a memorandum of understanding in Ingolstadt on Wednesday. The goal is to use the new 5G technology to make urban mobility safer, more digital and more sustainable.
  • 09/30/19
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    Audi Hungaria: Alfons Dintner to become new CEO as of October 1

    Alfons Dintner will take over as Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria on October 1. He succeeds Achim Heinfling, who will take over as Plant Manager at the Audi headquarters in Ingolstadt. Alfons Dintner is moving to Győr from Ingolstadt, where he was responsible for managing the Pre-Series Center of AUDI AG.

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